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    Hi guys.

    Five DIY projectors are not what is called too orthodox; but they have been assembled with hope and work, hahaha.

    http://897524287421569307.weebly.com/proyectores.html

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    Juanma.

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    Great craftsmanship!

    How about a picture or two of everything running?

    Also, loving the speakers you built...

    Adam

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    amazing site!!!

    love the speakers, love the railway

    thousands of hours of work.....
    "its called character briggs..."

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    Hello, thank you very much.
    I'm glad you liked it.

    http://897524287421569307.weebly.com...cutegenes.html

    Best Regards.
    Juanma.

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    If interested ... you can see the step by step construction of everything here. (scroll through the upper windows of the page) and you can see everything:
    Speakers, projectors and railway model scale 1:87 (H0).

    http://897524287421569307.weebly.com/


    Best regards.
    Juanma

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    Buen Trabajo Juanma!!
    Good work!
    Jordi Luque


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    why are you putting UV filters in your projectors? there's no UV light being emitted by any of the laser sources.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juanma666 View Post
    If interested ... you can see the step by step construction of everything here. (scroll through the upper windows of the page) and you can see everything:
    Speakers, projectors and railway model scale 1:87 (H0).

    http://897524287421569307.weebly.com/


    Best regards.
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    suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.

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    I am always pleased to see someone that takes the time to build their own laser projectors. Keep up the good work!

    -David
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    Hello!

    I asked what type of glass is usually placed at the exit of the scanner and they told me that UV could be worth it.
    And as it is easy to get and economic ... I put them in all my projectors.

    I am a simple laser enthusiast; and all the information to make my projectors I have been collecting here in the forum. With the help of my colleague Jors (Atenlaser), he helped me to make the connections correctly and to understand to a large extent the operation of the different components.
    There are many issues that escape me (because of the language problem). But I follow the interventions of all the classmates and so I am learning.
    Thank you all.








    Bes Regards.
    Juanma

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    Thank you very much.
    Without the help of all the participants, I could never have done them.


    [QUOTE = dkumpula; 346159] I am always pleased to see someone that takes the time to build their own laser projectors. Keep up the good work!
    -David [/ QUOTE]

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